Travel News Namibia

May 25, 2018

Stargazing in Namibia – the heavenly ‘big five’

MAIN PHOTO: Centaurus-A By Bill Torbitt The Southern Cross and the two Pointers, Alpha and Beta Centauri The Jewel Box and Coal Sack Omega Centauri and 47 […]
May 18, 2018

Top 10 Romantic Namibian Honeymoon Destinations

A stunning location like Namibia is bound to have its fair share of isolated spots with which to tempt the starry-eyed newlyweds. That is why we've compiled a short list of the ten most romantic places in Namibia for royally in love couples to spend their honeymoons.
May 17, 2018
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CYMOT Namibia – 70th Anniversary

CYMOT Namibia 1948 – 2018: 70 years of successful trading history is a proud achievement From the humble beginnings as a battery depot operating from Promenaden […]
May 14, 2018

New Eurowings long-haul flight connection between Windhoek and Munich

May 2, 2018

This is My Namibia – with Annabelle Venter

April 25, 2018

Mushara Collection: the Beauty of Atmosphere

April 25, 2018

5 Reasons Why the Okavango River is a Must-Visit Destination

Okay, so it’s true that the north-eastern Kavango and Zambezi regions aren’t the quintessential desert landscapes one may associate with Namibia. They are as lush and green as a southern African region can get, but they are still part of the country and often offer a welcome reprieve from the arid beauty that is a trademark of this special corner of Africa. That said, the first glimpse you catch of the mighty Okavango River as it meanders along the north-eastern edge of Namibia, creating a natural border with our neighbour Angola, will be a sight for dry eyes.
April 25, 2018

Conservation Close-Up: Etosha’s Elusive Blue Cranes

Cranes are universally regarded as symbols of peace and good luck. There are 15 species worldwide, with the bulk of the Blue Crane population found in South Africa. A small outlying population in Namibia is described as being among the most mysterious of all cranes.
April 25, 2018

Generation Wanderlust: Bushsurfing in the Naukluft Mountains

Namib-Naukluft National Park was our destination – the largest park in Africa and the fourth largest in the world. For the next three days, the answer to any question was 'bikini'.
April 25, 2018

5 Ways to enjoy the Pantry at Avani Windhoek Hotel and Casino

The official opening of Pantry at AVANI at the beginning of 2018 brought the business of good food to the people. A skilled and dedicated kitchen staff to spoil the palate sees to it that Pantry at AVANI is unforgettable.
April 25, 2018

Birding on the Chobe River

Birding on the Chobe floodplains is like falling into a big bowl of ice-cream, without the negative side effects of eating too much of it. Being a boatman for a bird watcher or bird photographer must be exhausting. Stopping every few metres for yet another bird. Imagine how tiring it must be for the photographer!
April 25, 2018

Midgard Country Estate

Midgard is nestled in the Otjihavera Mountains, an hour and a half’s drive from Windhoek. Everything you will need to ensure a comfortable stay is available on site: Carl’s Dining Room & Bar, the Bali Boma, BBQ Terrace, three swimming pools, a gym and sauna and the Kegelbahn, a private skittle alley.
April 25, 2018

Past and Present meet in a Windhoek Heritage Tour

Asser is one of the first specialised young Namibian heritage guides. Together with his partner Maria he set up Asmara Tours, offering cultural tours of Windhoek for visitors and locals to learn more about Namibian traditions passed down through generations.
April 25, 2018

How to Travel Green the Namibian Way

Two sites in Windhoek are currently being prepared as the first carbon offsetting nurseries – one at the Dagbreek School for the Intellectually Impaired and the other at Farm Okukuna near Goreangab Dam, which forms part of the City of Windhoek’s Food Security Programme.
April 24, 2018

Experience the Wild West at the Kanaan N/a’an ku sê Desert Retreat

Your stay at the Kanaan N/a’an ku sê Desert Retreat is bound to be memorable. The 35 000 hectares of land served as a sheep farm before it was gradually returned to its natural state. The Kanaan N/a’an ku sê Desert Retreat shares 36 km of its border with Namib- Naukluft National Park. Its desert landscape is characterised by the same rust-coloured dunes and dramatic grey clouds when a thunderstorm approaches.
April 24, 2018

The Town Built on a Rock

Three days and three nights in Lüderitz. The cool weather welcomes us after the heat that drove us from the desert near Sossusvlei. Settled in at the Nest Hotel’s Crayfish Bar and Lounge with a beer, overlooking the bay, we are glad about the exchange of sand for sea. Exploration
April 24, 2018

Stay at Sea-View Zum Sperrgebiet and Experience Lüderitz

Perfectly positioned on a rocky crest in the quaint coastal town of Lüderitz, Sea-view Zum Sperrgebiet offers a beautiful panorama of the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy one of 22 comfortable en-suite rooms against the stark backdrop of an unforgiving and ever-changing desert. Start your morning with a hearty breakfast before taking on the desert. Indulge your taste buds with a variety of seafood and mouth-watering meat dishes in the restaurant. Relax at the indoor swimming pool surrounded by plants or treat yourself to a sauna session after an adventurous day out. Have a drink at the hotel bar or in the lounge while admiring the sun setting over the ocean.
April 24, 2018

Senior Safari – Not an Oxymoron

If your vision of vacationers in Africa is confined to young, fit, twenty-year-olds with state-of-the-art rucksacks, think again. Namibia is the land for all ages, even prehistoric creatures like me and my friends.
April 24, 2018

Bush Cooking for the Adventurous

April 24, 2018

A road trip to heaven down the C27

A trip down to Namibia's south has many exciting stop-overs in store and more than one stunning landscape to keep visitors in awe.

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